released the global top 50 chemical companies for 2020

Chemical & Engineering News (C & EN) of the United States released the global top 50 chemical companies for 2020, which was ranked according to the chemical sales of related companies in fiscal year 2019. The total sales revenue of chemicals of the top 50 enterprises in 2019 is 855.6 billion US dollars, and the total profit is 71.5 billion US dollars.

In this year’s list, BASF rose to No. 1 and Sinopec to No. 2. Last year, DuPont, which topped the list last year, has been split into three companies: Dow, DuPont and corteva. This year, Dow ranked third and DuPont ranked 14th. China’s Hengli Petrochemical was listed for the first time, ranking 26th. Huntsman and Celanese dropped out of this year’s list.

Chemical sales / total sales in fy19

1. BASF Germany diversification US $66.4 billion / 100%

2. Sinopec $61.6 billion / 14.7%

3. Dow diversified US $43 billion / 100%

4. SABIC Saudi Petrochemical 34.4 billion USD / 92.4%

5. Ineos BP $32 billion / 100%

6. Formosa Plastics, Sinopec Taiwan $31.4 billion / 66.7%

7. ExxonMobil Chemical US $27.4 billion / 10.7%

8. Mitsubishi Chemical diversified in Japan US $27.4 billion / 83.3%

9. Lyondell Basel industries NPK 27.1 billion / 78.1%

10. Linde PLC UK industrial gas $25.4 billion / 90.1%

11. LG Chem Korea diversification $25.6 billion / 100%

12. Air Liquide France industrial gas $24.2 billion / 98.5%

13. PetroChina Sinopec US $22.7 billion / 6.2%

14. DuPont US $21.5 billion / 100%

15. Reliance Industries Sinopec India $20.6 billion / 22%

16. Toray industries Japan diversification $17.3 billion / 85.4%

17. Sumitomo chemical Nippon Petrochemical US $15.2 billion / 76.3%

18. Evonik industries Germany diversified US $14.7 billion / 100%

19. Shin Etsu chemical diversified in Japan US $14.2 billion / 100%

20. Covestro Germany diversified US $13.9 billion / 100%

21. Braskem Petrobras US $13.3 billion / 100%

22. Lotte chemical Korea Petrochemical 13 billion USD / 100%

23. Yara Norway agrochemical Co., Ltd. $12.9 billion / 100%

24. Solvay Belgium specialty chemicals US $12.6 billion / 100%

25. Mitsui Chemicals Japan diversified US $12.3 billion / 100%

26. Hengli Petrochemical Sinopec US $11.8 billion / 81.2%

27. Bayer Germany diversification US $11.5 billion / 23.6%

28. Indorama Thai Petrochemical Company, US $11.4 billion / 100%

29. Syngenta Swiss Agrochem $10.6 billion / 78%

30. DSM Dutch specialty chemicals US $10.1 billion / 100%

31. Asahi Kasei Japan diversification $10 billion / 50.8%

32. Wanhua chemical diversified in China US $9.85 billion / 100%

33. Arkema France diversification US $9.78 billion / 100%

34. Chevron Phillips Chemical US $9.33 billion / 100%

35. Eastman Chemical’s diversification in the U.S. $9.27 billion / 100%

36. Borealis Austria Petrochemical Company US $9.07 billion / 100%

37. Air products and chemicals US $8.92 billion / 100%

38. Mosaic Agrochem US $8.91 billion / 100%

39. Ecolab US $8.9 billion / 59.2%

40. Johnson Matthey UK catalyst US $8.82 billion / 47.4%

41. Hanwha chemical diversified in Korea US $8.57 billion / 79%

42. Umicore Belgium catalyst: US $8.2 billion / 41.9%

43. SK innovation (SK innovation) $8.19 billion / 19.1%

44. Westlake chemical US $8.12 billion / 100%

45. Sasol 8 billion USD / 56.7%

46. Nutrien Canadian fertilizer: US $7.73 billion / 38.6%

47. PTT global chemical (PTT global chemical) $7.66 billion / 57.6%

48. LANXESS Germany diversification US $7.61 billion / 100%

49. TOSOH Japan diversification US $7.21 billion / 100%

50. DIC Japan special chemical 7.05 billion USD / 100%

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